The DJI RS 3, DJI RS 3 Mini, and DJI RS Pro all lined up with DSLR and mirrorless cameras attached, against a black background.

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The DJI Osmo Mobile collection has been a preferred line of digicam stabilizers for these blissful to stay to the simplicity of capturing with a smartphone, whereas DJI’s Ronin collection serves as a severe step up for individuals who desire capturing with DSLRs and bigger lenses. The new DJI RS 3 Mini is a smaller model of the present gen DJI RS 3 and DJI RS 3 Pro, that are designed particularly for lighter mirrorless cameras, however with an improved physique that makes the stabilizer itself lighter, too.

Although the hefty digital cinema cameras that Hollywood nonetheless depends on require extra succesful stabilizing options like wearable Steadicam rigs with worth tags effectively north of $10,000, or automobiles with cranes on high costing way more than that, the video capabilities of DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have allowed for spectacular outcomes for these capturing with smaller budgets. For lower than $500, DJI’s RS 3 can preserve a weighty DSLR, with even a zoom lens hooked up, easy and stabilized whereas on the transfer, with the upgraded $800 DJI RS 3 Pro considerably growing the stabilizer’s payload.

A user holding the DJI RS 3 Mini stabilizer's handle with two hands while staring at the preview screen on the camera.

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The DJI RS 3 Mini takes issues within the different route, with a weight capability of as much as 4.4 kilos, in comparison with 6.6 kilos with DJI’s RS 3, and 10 kilos with the Pro. DJI claims that’s sufficient capability for the Sony A7S3 with a 24-70mm F2.8 GM lens hooked up, or a Canon EOS R5 with an RF24-70mm F2.8 STM lens hanging off the entrance. A full list of supported gear is out there on DJI’s web site, and DJI additionally guarantees the RS 3 Mini is powerful sufficient to assist these digicam and lens combos even with their zoom lenses absolutely prolonged with out requiring a rebalancing halfway, permitting for one-take zoom photographs.

A camera mounted in a vertical, portrait-mode orientation on the DJI RS 3 Mini stabilizer.

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In its vertical capturing configuration, the RS 3 Mini weighs in at simply 1.7 kilos, making it a lot lighter than the each the RS 3 and RS 3 Pro, in addition to its mirrorless-toting predecessor, the DJI RSC 2, which got here in at 2.68 kilos. However, the stabilizer’s weight will differ relying on the equipment used, together with quick-release digicam mounting plates, fill lights, and microphones. In different phrases, if you happen to’re right here for the light-weight design, go straightforward on the equipment.

The DJI RS 3 Mini stabilizer being held 'briefcase' style with a handle above the stabilizing mechanism.

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The RS 3 Mini additionally features a bigger 1.4-inch full shade touchscreen for simpler menu navigation and settings changes (the RSC 2 solely provided a 1-inch display screen) and takes benefit of the identical “3rd generation stabilization algorithm” that DJI developed for the RS 3 and RS 3 Pro. It additionally helps wi-fi shutter management over Bluetooth for contemporary mirrorless cameras that permit that performance, so videographers can keep hands-off the balanced digicam always. When capturing with Sony cameras with sure digital lenses, customers may even remotely management the zoom utilizing a dial on the entrance of the RS 3 Mini.

It’s basically designed to be a lighter and extra moveable different to DJI’s bigger Ronin Series 3 stabilizers for individuals who’ve migrated to the conveniences of lighter and smaller mirrorless cameras and need to preserve their package straightforward to journey with. It’s less expensive, too, at $369, and is out there for buy at this time by way of DJI’s on-line retailer.

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